Police shut down drug den, flop house in Pursat

Police shut down drug den, flop house in Pursat

Four squatters ended up sitting at an interrogation table, then in a courtroom, after they were arrested for drug trafficking in an abandoned Pursat province building.

Cops zeroed in on the scene in Boeung Khnar commune on Tuesday and were able to apprehend four of the seven people there, aged 26 to 38.

Three packs of drugs, cash, motorbikes, iPhones and ID cards were confiscated and the group was questioned then offered a chair in front of the judge yesterday.

Nokorwat

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